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2006 Borsao - Tres Picos Grenache - Spain - Aragon - Campo de Borja - Red

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Spain - Aragon - Campo de Borja

Red Grenache
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VF: 2008-2013 VF: 2008-2018

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Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 140
Author PJMAN
Site / Blog   Trust Rating
Tasted On 01/15/2009

Inky in color. Medium rim variation. Medium legs. Smokey

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Author ahickey
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.667%
Tasted On 09/12/2008

Nice deep red color. Nose is wonderful with hints of oak and big red fruits (strawberry, raspberries). Jammy nose and mouth. Wonderful full mouth feel with decent integration of alcohol.

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Author Vsbastosx
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.113%
Tasted On 09/26/2008

Nose: bacon, eucalyptus, wood (oak??) really smells good. Mouth: full body, strong tannins, a bit harsh, bacon, cedar (yeah, cedar...not oak)...very good. Better second day and started to showing its best. Wood is present but is does not have the regular oak taste/smell, but cedar. Bacon is even more present. This wine is really interesting and it's worthy to try it. It would be even better with less alcohol. You can really feel the 14,5% alcohol. Drink now or wait 1 year maximum. It paired very well with Argentinean steak. Totally recommended!!

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